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    He will be seen as the lesser of the evils in a few years time.
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    Well..
    His middle name is McDonald..
    perhaps we can all pitch in to buy him a farm?

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    (Original post by AshEntropy)
    Well..
    His middle name is McDonald..
    perhaps we can all pitch in to buy him a farm?

    Or a burger joint.
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    (Original post by Danny the Geezer)
    Or a burger joint.
    Hahahahaha yeah
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    i've been waiting to celebrate cameron's resignation for so long and i am annoyed that i couldn't celebrate it because i didn't want him to go this time
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    I'm glad Cameron brought them down with him, and I almost cheered when he resigned because of that. Obviously, for our country, I would have preferred him to stay and attempt to sort this mess out, but the immature part of me wanted it left for the bumbling buffoons which are Boris, Gove and co to fix.

    As a few of you have said, he was the lesser of two evils. It'll be like Obama and Trump, if he gets elected. People complain about Obama now, but compared to Trump he'll look like a dream.
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    (Original post by Quantex)
    I don't. In fighting such a negative and inept remain campaign, he handed victory to leave.
    Corbyn single handedly gave the victory to leave. Corbyn was never a true believer of the EU. Leaders like Cameron and Blair fought passionately for it
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    (Original post by welshiee)
    He gave us the referendum that led to our newfound freedom. He is the greatest PM of all time. Thanks Dave x
    which will give the chance for a fool to be put in as PM who could potentially do irreversible damage to this country
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    (Original post by Manchester_123)
    Corbyn single handedly gave the victory to leave. Corbyn was never a true believer of the EU. Leaders like Cameron and Blair fought passionately for it
    I dont think it was the remain campaigners fault entirely, the leave campaign made some incredible promises (which will most likely turn out as lies) which they knew would appeal to the general population making it, imo, easier for them to sway people to their side
 
 
 
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